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Slender, variable stems to 1 3/4" long stems help it shed rain. Leaf: base subcordate; 3-5 lobes. Very good flavor. Sweet and rich. Not a heavy bearer, but well-adapted in the rainy areas of the South. Deserves trials in the Northwest. Seems fairly hardy. Probably not popular because it is hard to propagate. (006)

A small brown fig with amber pulp tinged with strawberry. Bred by E.W. Hunt of Eatonton, Georgia, in the 1920s. Pyriform with a short, distinct neck. Distinctive feature is its long, slender stems to 3/4 inch, which help it shed rain and thus prevent souring. Superb flavor, sweet and rich. Not a heavy bearer but well adapted in the rainier areas of the South. (004)

A hardy large long neck, violet colored fig. High quality. Very good in cold climate. (013)

Hunts, Large, brown, amber Center (2crops) (012)

Fig Varieties for South Carolina ; Hunt Dull bronze with specks Small to medium Good Excellent (061)

Excellent fruit, but hard to root. (001c)

[Sold as "Georgia's Hunt"] This is a very tasty small brown fig, similar to Celeste, with a light strawberry-tan interior. Ray Givan, NAFEX fig chairman, reports that it was originally bred by E. W. Hunt of Eatonton, Georgia in the 1920s. Hunt is a good bearer of continuing crops of very sweet, rich figs that do very well in rainy areas of the southern states where other, larger figs lose their flavor or split before ripening. (016)